Vol. 42 Nbr. 4, June 2011
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- Iago's net: notes for an international legal regime to combat identity-related crime.
- State responsibility for cyber attacks: competing standards for a growing problem.
- New first principles? Assessing the Internet's challenges to jurisdiction.
- Breaking the Internet: international efforts to play the middle against the ends - a way forward.
- How (not) to censor: procedural First Amendment values and Internet censorship worldwide.
- International cyberlaw: a normative approach.
- Internet censorship as a trade barrier: a look at the WTO consistency of the great firewall in the wake of the China-Google dispute.
- "Reach out and touch someone": the growing use of domain name seizure as a vehicle for the extraterritorial enforcement of U.S. law.